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forge ahead

phrasal verb with forge uk   /fɔːdʒ/  us   /fɔːrdʒ/ verb
to suddenly make a lot of progress with something: The organizers are forging ahead with a programme of public events.
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forge ahead

phrasal verb with forge uk   us   /fɔːdʒ/ verb [T]
to become more successful: The country's housing market is still forging ahead, according to their biggest mortgage lender.
to suddenly increase in value by a large amount: The mobiles group continued to forge ahead, and rose 4% for a two-session gain of 8%.
to make an effort to achieve something in a short time: forge ahead with sth Regardless of the uncertainty, she plans to forge ahead with her career.
(Definition of forge ahead from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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